Expand Your Horizon Courageously

Jesper Blog

Do you love to travel? I love to travel!

I remember my trip in New Zealand, and it was an amazing experience.

I went to the smaller towns, and the scenery is beautiful beyond words. And, I noticed something about the skies in NZ…

I like the skies in NZ more than in Singapore… Why?!

In Singapore, you rarely get to see a full skyline because the horizon is blocked by buildings, buildings, and more buildings.

Whereas in NZ, I get to enjoy the entire skyline! Plus a sky full of stars at night!

An unobstructed horizon changes your view of the world.

Expand Your Mental Horions

Just like the skyline in Singapore, our mental horizons are blocked by many obstacles.

Humans are creatures of habit, and we have a sense of comfort in choosing what is familiar to us even if it doesn’t benefit us in the long run.

But, maintaining an open mind is crucial to be successful in manifesting the future you want.

Don’t be blocked by people’s opinions, criticisms, and your own limiting beliefs.

An example is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, a famous wrestler and one of Hollywood’s most popular actor.

He first played football for a national championship team but got cut after serious injuries. Then, he worked his way to the top of WWE, winning the heavyweight titles six times.

He was having his best years in wrestling and then he QUIT.

He felt a need to try his luck in Hollywood.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson became the world’s highest-paid actor in 2016, earning a cool $64.5 million.

How did he achieve better results with each career turn?

He was open to opportunities.

He grabbed hold of opportunities with both hands and worked really hard to make sure he succeeds.

You Need To Stay Open Minded

Because being open-minded allows you to take a leap of faith and believe that it’s possible to approach life in a whole new way.

After all, change only becomes possible when you learn how to be open to your power of attraction…

And be receptive to opportunities that might not look quite as you expected.

With that, I’ll leave you with this quote:

Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in awhile, or the light won’t come in.” – Isaac Asimov